Police Affirms To Take Pastor TB Joshua’s Ghana Prophecy Serious


The Ghana Police Service who had urged citizens to remain calm has indicated they would take TB Joshua’s Ghana prophecy serious by all means possible.

The prophecy by the Nigerian prophet and founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations, Prophet T.B Joshua, predicting a possible terrorist attack on Ghana, has left most Ghanaians in panic. The Ghana Police Service who have previously urged citizens to remain calm has indicated they would take TB Joshua’s Ghana prophecy serious by all means possible.

The police has stated they are doing everything possible to ensure there are no security loopholes. Director of Police Public Relations, Supt. Cephas Arthur, has said that although the prophecy cannot be understood from the physical aspect, any piece of information which affects security is worth taking note of.

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According to Supt. Cephas Arthur, despite the controversial nature of the prophecy, adequate measures need to be taken to be on the safe side. He also said it is essential to take the prophecy serious because of the nature and the timing as there have been massive terror attacks in the sub-region. Referring to the terror attacks on Cote D’Ivoire, and Burkina Faso, Supt. Cephas said it was very crucial to take TB Joshua’s prophecy, so the police can be readily prepared.

TB Joshua’s Ghana Prophecy

Prophet TB Joshua’s Ghana prophecy was made during his live sermon aired on his Emmanuel TV on April 10, where he said there are looming terror attacks on Ghana and Nigeria. He had urged his congregation to pray for the two nations against the imminent attacks which he has foreseen.

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The police had issued a statement on Monday, assuring the Ghanaian public that security agencies are putting adequate measures in place to resist any terrorist attacks. Assuring safety to Ghanaians, the police also encouraged the people to cooperate and report any suspicious movement noticed anywhere. Also some hotlines have been made available for easy access from the public.